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my eye on the puck. >> you have an offensive and defensive coordinateorcoordinator. what do you do? >> and all that matters. >> snow emergency in the city of boston will go into effect at noontime, stay off the streets of our city basically stay home. >> the good news if you like snow we're going to have some. >> on "cbs this morning." >> the worst hit is boston expecting five-foot snow drifts. my god! if that happens to new york we won't find our mayor until spring! >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose is off today. anthony mason is with us. as you're waking up in the west police in southern california may be closing in on a former officer who declared war on his own. christopher dorner is accused of shooting two police officers yesterday in river side california, killing one of them. he was already wanted for killing a young couple. the dragnet stretches for hundreds of miles across southern california, but this morning, the focus is on big bear outside los angeles. ben tracy is there, ben, good morning. >> reporter: norah and anthony good morning.
an offensive coordinator, a defensive coordinator. right. >> what do you do. >> -- and all that matters -- >> will go into effect at noontime. stay off the streets of our city. basically stay home. >> the good news, i guess if you like snow, is that we're going to have some. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> worst history will be boston which is expected five-foot snow drifts. my god, if that happens to new york, we won't find our mayor till spring. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose is off. anthony mason is with us. a potentially record-breaking blizzard is ready to slam the northeast this morning. >> one part of the system is coming in from the midwest. blizzard warnings are posted from new york to boston with up to 2 feet of snow forecast and damaging winds. the worst is expected to hit tonight and continue into tomorrow morning. >> we're covering all angles of the blizzard from the storm's path to those travel headaches and we start with seth doane in new york city. seth already some snowflakes. >> reporter: that's right
will start to kick in march 1st, taking a $55 billion bite out of this year's defense budget and $27 billion from domestic discretionary spending. according to the congressional budget office more than 1 million jobs are at risk. defense secretary leon panetta had this warning. >> we are going to weaken the united states and make it much more difficult to respond to the crisis in europe. >> reporter: the cuts were designed to be so painful they would force congress to come one a smarter way to trim the deficit instead but it didn't happen. house republicans poind out they passed a bill to replace the sequester with cuts to federal worker pay, food stamps and other programs. democrats say that puts the burden on poor and middle class americans to pay for debt reduction. >> remember the american people still believe by an overwhelming margin that the rich should contribute to this. >> reporter: republicans argue democrats have no plan for replacing the sequester beyond eliminating tax breaks for corporate jet owners and oil companies. >> these aren't real solutio
. >> reporter: in the end, last-minute defensive stand and a disputed no-call led to john harbaugh's team beating his brother jim's, 34-31. >> it wasn't perfect, it wasn't pretty, but it was us. >> reporter: earning flacco the mvp. >> it hasn't sunk in yet. crazy. unbelievable. tough to put into words. >> reporter: a super bowl that will be remembered as much for winning plays as losing power. >> we go from a blowout to blackout to classic game. >> yeah. >> to one of the most memorable super bowls of all time. >> and the ravens have won it. >> reporter: the super dome has spent millions of dollars since katrina. they're blaming this on an abnormality. charlie, norah? >> an abnormality. thank you, jeff. now we head across town to the super dome. we have new video from the moment the game went dark. it's a story only we can bring you. armen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. good morning, norah. i had just finished an interview when the light went out. it was part of a "60 minutes" sports story to air on show time. we were talking about the halftime clock and beyonce's show
: defense secretary panetta warned that would be the least of it if the automatic budget cuts known as sequestration take effect at the beginning of march. the pentagon has to reduce spending by $46 billion in the remaining seven months of fiscal year 2013. >> if these cuts happen there will be a serious disruption in defense programs and a sharp decline in our military readiness. >> reporter: this army document says three-fourths of its combat brigades will have to delay their training for several months resulting in a failure to meet demands of the national military strategy by the end of this year. afraid it will have to take $18 billion out of its own budget the army has already stopped maintenance of 1,300 vehicles and 17,000 weapons. according to this document the air force would cut its overhauls of aircraft by one-third, with the result that some planes would have to be grounded. flying hours for air force pilots would be cut by 18%. >> it puts at risk our fundamental mission of protecting the american people. >> reporter: combat operations in afgha
and intreeging inginintriguing part of this whole deal. onormally the administration rushes out with the defense. he hardly left capitol hill yesterday when reports leaked out of the white house not attributed to any official but they were disappointed thought he did not do very well. it was weird. it's only two things that could have happened here either the white house is absolutely certain that they have every democrat's vote and that he's going to be confirmed, because there are more democrats than republicans in the senate or they were sort of setting chuck hagel up to say, you better think about withdrawing your name and we'll get on with something else. this just doesn't happen the way it did yesterday. >> so it might be more damage to the possibility of confirmation? >> i don't think he helped himself. i would say that because it seems to me after the white house's kind of tepid reaction they had, it seems to be saying to democrats if this is a hard vote for you, do what you need to do. >> what do you make of john mccain? >> well, this is a very interesting thin
's defense budget and $27 billion from domestic discretionary spending. according to the congressional budget office, more than a million jobs are at risk. defense secretary leon panetta had this warning -- >> we are going to weaken the united states and make it much more difficult for us to respond to the crisis. >> reporter: the cuts were designed to be so painful they would force congress to come up with a smarter way to trim the deficit instead. but it didn't happen. house republicans point out they've passed the bill to replace the sequester with cuts to federal worker pay, food stamps, and other programs. democrats say that puts the burden on poor and middle-class americans to pay for debt reduction. >> remember, the american people still believe by an overwhelming margin that the rich should contribute to this. >> reporter: but republicans argue democrats have no plan for replacing the sequester beyond eliminating tax breaks from corporate jet owners and oil companies. >> these aren't real solutions, mr. president. they'regimmicks. >> reporter: the sequester was originally supposed to
: defense secretary panetta warned that would be the least of it as the automatic budget cuts known as sequestration would be taken effect at the beginning of march. >> if these cuts happen, there will be a serious disruption in defense programs and a sharp decline in our military readiness. >> reporter: this army document says three fourths of its combat brigade will have to delay their training for several months resulting in failure to meet demands of the military strategy by the end of this year. afraid it will have to take 18 billion dollars out of its own budget, the army has already stopped maintenance of 1,300 vehicles and several thousand weapons. according to this document it would cut its overall use by one third with the results that some would have to be ground. flying time would be cut by 18% sniet puts at risk our fundamental mission of protecting the american people. >> reporter: combat operations in afghanistan would not be affected by the cuts, but to pull out of $20 billion worth of equipment could be delayed. for "cbs this morning," david martin, the pentagon. >>
to be secretary of defense. and, of course, his number one defender, john's defender was john mccain back in those days. >> but this is part of how they feel about the iraq war too. >> and i've asked john mccain, i mean, what is this deal with you and chuck hagel. he says it's policy. it's all policy. so that's what he says. >> and, bob, nice bead this morning. i like that. you're always in the spirit. and who have you got coming up on sunday? >> we're going to have roger goodell, the commissioner of football. and i think it ought to be -- with all the questions about -- and especially with, you know, barack obama saying he'd have questions about whether his son would play if he had a son. so plenty to talk to the commissioner about. it's great to be in new orleans, let me also say that. >> great to have you. >> your kind of town. >> thank you, bob. >>> at the senate hearing hagel addressed the computer hacking. two major newspapers say chinese hackers infiltrated their computers for the last several months. >>> meanwhile pentagon officials are looking at a big change in how they fight tearer. bob
slant and go. whoa! she's got a gift. alice, you'll play defensive tackle. (crash) pretend this window is the goal post. all right, it's easy, truman. if distance equals "x" and velocity equals "y," it's simple. (glass breaks) (glass breaks) yay! (cheering) (bell rings) i think we have a real chance of winning the game tonight, thanks to you. okay, okay. enough with the chin music. let's see what you do on the field. right. thanks, coach. (giggling) "coach"? i don't know what they're talking about. (giggles nervously) where's carolina? i don't know. you get the game started; i'll find her. (whistling) danny: just seconds into the game and already the wildcats have scored. carolina! carolina? where's the coach? it's got to be halftime by now. i can't believe how bad we stink. at least this time the other team is only ahead by six. it'd be seven to zero, but luckily their kicker can't kick either. uh, sorry, truman. i found her! come on! and i know the shampoo bottle says lather, rinse, repeat but i lather, rinse, rep
and they came back and won. >> reporter: in the end, a last-minute defensive stand and a disputed noncall led to john harbaugh's team beating his brother jim's 34-31. >> it wasn't perfect. it wasn't pretty but it was us. >> reporter: earning flacco the mvp. >> it hasn't sunk in yet. crazy. unbelievable. tough to put into words. >> reporter: a super bowl that will be remembered as much for winning plays as losing power. >> we go from a blowout to a blackout to a classic game. >> yeah. one of the most memorable super bowls of all time. >> and the ravens have won it. >> reporter: the superdome spent $336 million on repairs after katrina. the superdome and the energy company entergy are blaming this issue on an abnormality. charlie, norah? >> an abnormality. thank you, jeff. we head across town to the superdome. armen keteyian is there with new video from the moment the game went dark. it's a story only we can bring you. armen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. good morning, norah. i had literally just finished an interview with the man in charge of the nfl's entire s
is the architect of the drone program and now the leak has the white house on the defensive. administration officials argued forcefully tuesday that the targeted killing of terrorists who are american citizens often by drone strikes is acceptable policy in the battle to keep america safe. >> these strikes are legal, ethical, and wise. >> we only take these kinds of actions when there is an imminent threat and when we're confident it's doing so that's consistent with international law. >> they give wild latitude. the memo reads it does not require clear evidence that a specific attack will take place in the medial future and the u.s. citizen can be targeted if they're believed to be a senior operational leader of al qaeda engaged in planning operations to kill americans. anwar al awlaki was an american bore jihadi killed by a drone strike. another was killed in an attack in 2011. >> what about some kind of review. you're taking way an american's due process. doesn't it deserve a broader debate? >> we understand these are weighty matters and serious issues and they deserve the kind of conside
, and the leak now has the white house on the defensive. administration officials argued forcefully tuesday the targeted killing of terrorists who are american citizens often by drone strikes is acceptable policy in the battle to keep america safe. >> these strikes are legal. they are ethical and they are wise. >> we only take these kinds of actions when there is an eminent threat when capture is not feasible and when we are confident we're doing so in a way that's consistent with federal and international law. >> reporter: but the administration gives itself wide latitude on what constitutes an eminent threat. the memo reads the administration does not require clear evidence that a specific attack will take place in the immediate future. and a u.s. citizen can be targeted if they're believed to be a senior operational leader of al qaeda, engaged in planning operations to kill americans. anwar al awlaki was the highest al qaeda killed by a drone, and samir khan killed in 2011. >> you're taking away a u.s. citizen's due process. doesn't it deserve a broader debate? >> w
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